Ready For New Flooring?
Once your house extension, new bathroom conversion, loft conversion, basement extension or new kitchen conversion is finished, you are ready for new flooring to be installed. The most popular forms of flooring in the United Kingdom offer many advantages to householders.
The Advantages are numerous.
- Boost the attractiveness of your property
- Adding to the value of your property
- Practical use of new flooring as it is hard wearing and durable
- Designed to match your new room decoration
- Child friendly
- Pet friendly
New Flooring Is Important To Finish A Quality Project
New Flooring For Bathroom, Lounge, Kitchen Diner, Bedroom or Office?
Wood Or Stone Flooring Sets A Quality Finish
Laminate wood flooring, solid wood flooring or stone flooring are all choices available for your new home extension or conversion. Generally these have taken over from carpets as the flooring of choice as a result of their numerous perceived benefits.
What are The Advantages of Wood and Ceramic Stone Flooring Over Carpets?
A double story extension is the process of adding a two floor extension onto your existing property. This is two stories i.e. downstairs and upstairs and can be turned into a functional room, typically used as a new kitchen diner or lounge downstairs and a bedroom, office space, a gym, or storage space upstairs. The extra space gained can transform the average house into a very appealing house with lots of wow factor. This type of double story extension will also add value to your property valuation paying for the build almost immediately if you decided to sell in the future,
Popular Types Of Flooring Materials Used In Homes
So many choices! But for many, it isn’t a case of whether they should get new flooring, but what type of flooring to go for? The house extension room’s intended use and also the preferences of the home owners are also factors that will be important to consider. Also the budget available as prices vary between laminate wooden flooring and solid wood and ceramic stone tiles.
How much extra money would you pay if had your top choice flooring and would it be worthwhile in the long term to invest in something of more quality? Generally you get what you pay for and flooring is no different.
Our survey showed that solid wood flooring was most popular in lounges and hallways, with laminate more common in bedrooms and ceramic tiles also used more in kitchens and bathrooms. However, just as with kitchens and bathrooms, every client has their own preferences as to what suits them best and what usually it’s down to personal choice, combined with what is more practical for them.
This Is The Process
Flooring For Your New Home Extension
Popular Locations For New Flooring Uses
Three Stage Process
Stage One – Planning & Technical Drawings
Stage Two – Construction
Stage Three – Interior Design
Testimonials From Our Design and Build Clients
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